When the former head chef of The Apple Daily's Eating House Andrew Moores is leading the kitchen, you can expect fresh local produce and a unique dining experience.
Welcome to Miss Chow's, where under the watchful eye of Moore, the menu takes tastebuds on a journey of great flavours. The menu showcases several signature dishes unique to Miss Chow’s such as succulent dumplings intricately filled with soup.
The entrée menu offers a large selection of small meals perfect for a quick bite and drink with friends. The signature steamed Juicy Buns are a must for anyone who visits Miss Chow’s - a rare treat and a unique offering to Perth. A combination of pan-fried dumplings and steamed dumplings create a significantly large dumpling offering. The menu journeys through to a variety of rice dishes, noodles dishes and main meals somewhat different to your commonly known Chinese menu.
The menu is clever, allowing for a light lunch of traditional dumplings paired with a sensational cocktail, cocktail foods perfect for corporate functions or event and a dishes that are meant for sharing with friends over a great bottle of wine. The exotic flavour of Asia is further infused into the cocktail list with crowd pleasing beverages; lemon grass gin and tonic and Miss Chow’s lychee martini – to name a few. The wine list extends to offer a fine selection of Champagnes carefully selected to pair with the Miss Chow’s menu.
A happy hour menu encourages a quick bite or a light dinner after work, pairing dumplings and small bites with wines by the glass and a selection of cocktails to round out the day. The service at Miss Chow’s is sweetly enthusiastic. The team is young, and keen, and they clearly know their stuff.
Miss Chow’s brings to Perth a fresh perspective on Chinese cuisine. Definitely one for your list.